Friday, 15 March 2019 10:40

50 years of experience

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An Evolution Dispenser set up in a shed. An Evolution Dispenser set up in a shed.

PPP Industries Ltd, New Zealand-owned company, has been designing, manufacturing and installing innovative agricultural equipment for at least 50 years.

It installed NZ’s first in-shed dairy feed system in 1967 and has since been improving its products with new features and the latest technology.

The systems made by PPP are commissioned NZ-wide by dedicated installers, with sales support from dealers from Kaitaia to Invercargill.

Standard herring bone (HB) feed systems are equipped with the new Evolution dispenser or the Experto Feeder. Both systems can be optioned with mineral or molasses add-ons. And the Experto system also allows for the integration of EID readings in HB sheds.

Rotary systems come with high-back, stainless feed trays with anti-robbing bars and tray supports.  These can also be fitted with platform dispensers for feed and mineral add-ons. 

PPP offers a wide range of general spare parts for most feed systems, off the shelf and at competitive prices.

Whether you’re milling for small-scale farming operations or commercially, the Skiold disc mill system can be configured for any size operation. A key advantage is the ability to mill grain to a higher standard than other systems, and less maintenance than on traditional roller mills. 

To dispense minerals to stock accurately and effectively, an in-line or platform mineral dispenser system can replace drenching and paddock dusting, saving time and money. 

PPP systems are available to handle powders or pellets; addition rates are from 30g to 140g/kg of feed, and powders are kept moving by in-built vibrators PPP press screw separators remove solids from liquids or slurry type waste. 

The company first imported separators in 2001 and has extensive knowledge of system design and operation.


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